Are you a mother? Do you know someone who is? You probably do, and that’s why you should be very concerned about Alabama’s chemical endangerment clause, which aims to protect fetuses from mothers who abuse drugs. Alabama’s law — and others like it — signify a wave of legislation aimed at granting fetuses more rights and women less, effectively treating mothers as second class citizens.
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Indie rock darling Grimes is a busy girl. Aside from making her own brand of high-pitched vocal-tinged pop music, she’s also designed her own line of um, very special jewelry. The rings come out of collaboration between Grimes (nee Claire Boucher) and Montreal-based jewelry designer Morgan Black. She calls ‘em pussy rings, but the finger jewelry resemble jelly-ish slug creatures more than vaginas, at least to us. [GrimeStyle]
Look! It’s two of my all-time fave things ever: Meow, the morbidly obese stray cat, and Anderson Cooper. They’re having a moment. That’s a lot of pussy in Anderson’s lap! Maybe even the most pussy that’s ever been there. In any case, what do you think Anderson said to lil’ ol’ Meow as they shared a private moment on the set of “Anderson”? My guess: “I know a couple of bears that would just EAT YOU UP! No Meow, not THOSE kind of bears.”
Seems ridiculous, I know, but neon nail polish is illegal to produce in the United States. That doesn’t mean you’ll get ticketed for wearing it (if you get your grubby hands on some, that is). It just means that your neon polishes are going to come import-only. For now.
“Neon polish is actually illegal to produce in the US,” says Jan Arnold, co-founder and creative director of CND Colours. “So if you see a neon shade in the store, it’s imported—or your polish hue is just really bright, not a true neon, making it easier to pull off.” If you insist on being USA all the way, by all means, stick to bright non-neon shades like bumble bee yellow or bold orange reds. [More]
This past weekend was the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and literally, like, anybody who’s ever been on TV was there. I mean, Caroline Manzo from “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” attended. So did Rob Morrow, that guy from “Northern Exposure.” And as you might imagine, there were a zillion famous ladies in dresses, great and small. Some of them were gorgeous, others not so much. Let’s take a look, shall we?